Yesterday was officially National Freelancers Day but surely we at OfficeCavalry.com aren’t the only ones who feel somewhat disappointed, a little deflated maybe?
This week has resulted in a substantial amount of UK and International media coverage for OfficeCavalry.com, in the same week the website was fully launched.
Look out for today’s Evening Standard in which OfficeCavalry.com’s Andy Turner reveals which celebrity figures are inspiring Britons to ‘become their own boss’.
Full launch is imminent and it’s time to announce the winners of our second competition to win an iPod touch, Apple TV or a Pro Membership to OfficeCavalry.com. We had an incredible response to our call for members to pre-register, and we’d like to thank each and every one of you for being amongst the first members to join.
Find the winners below; if you are one of the winners you should have been contacted by email for arrangement to be made for you to claim your prize. If not, please contact email@example.com
Ipod Touch – Charlie Ward
Apple TV – Suzanne Turbutt
1 month Pro Membership – Michal Vasko
3 weeks Pro Membership – Andy Bargery
2 weeks Pro Membership – Daniel Cheeseman
PRESS RELEASE: J.K. Rowling and Alan Sugar top list of celebrities who inspire Brits to become their own boss
They are known for their rags to riches life stories in which they progressed from humble origins to multi-millionaire status within years. Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling and The Apprentice’s Alan Sugar have topped a list of celebrities who inspire Brits to become their own boss, a survey of freelancers concludes.
As one would expect, there are a number of highs and lows to being a freelancer. The positive aspects include flexibility over working hours, greater variety of work, increased job satisfaction and work challenges, autonomy and independence, improved work/life balance and increased earning capacity.